Artists accuse managers of ‘running venue down’
An export stop has been put on one of J M W Turner’s most famous watercolours, The Dark Rigi.
Louise Jeffreys, artistic director of the Barbican Centre since 2010, has announced that she is to leave at the end of this year.
A tent town is growing today on a farm in Hampshire, big enough to accommodate the 35,000 people and more who will come from 100 different countries for this weekend. Many are coming to learn the arts of handwriting.
The Stables, the Milton Keynes music venue built by Johnny Dankworth and Cleo Laine and opened in 2000, is appealing to the local planning authority to refuse permission to a new development that could destroy it.
Bradford is the latest entrant to the competition to be UK City of Culture in 2025.
The discovery of the coffins of four Archbishops of Canterbury in its precincts means a museum will have to increase its redevelopment funding target by £300,000.
One of L S Lowry’s best known works, Going To Work, is being shown for the first time in Manchester, where it will be a permanent resident.
Lincoln city and county at odds over money saving plans, reports Patrick Kelly
Union to ballot members over planned cuts, reports Patrick Kelly.